Eve and I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone for helping to make this year’s 3rd Annual Huntington Sustainability Fair a success. The day ran smoothly, visitors stayed for extended periods of time and seemed to enjoy themselves, and overall the day was a success. We estimate we had over 500 visitors this year. The Huntington Sustainability Fair is a huge undertaking and event and it wouldn’t be possible without the assistance of countless people who help prepare ahead of time, work during the event itself, and clean up afterwards. It truly is a community event from the committee planning it to the people working it. So to the vendors, informational booths, musicians, food providers and volunteers, we want to thank you for helping to make the day possible.
There are a few people we want to thank by name because without their help in the planning and execution the fair would never have have happened. Leslie Petteys, Alissa Stewart (Goodwill Industries of KYOWVA), Natalie Thompson (OVEC), Bre Shell (City of Huntington), Chasten Toler (The Wild Ramp), Gail Patton and Lauren Kemp (Unlimited Futures, Inc./The Wild Ramp) and Bobbi Leslie (Cabell County Schools). Without these friends the Fair would have never come together as smoothly and been as successful as it is.